A graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada in 2004, Eve Pressault had multiplestage experiences, both in theater and dance. Since her beginnings, Ève has been working in both disciplines. She took part in thecreation of choreographer Dave St-Pierre’s No Man's Land Show (2003), LaPornographie des âmes (2006) and Un peu de tendresse, bordel de merde (2006), whichshe toured across Europe up until 2010. She also collaborated with choreographer LeslieBaker in Knot of Nots presented at Tangente. On the Montreal theater scene, Eve worked with Claude Poissant for the show Cinqvisages pour Camille Brunelle, created at Espace Go and then presented in Avignonduring the summer of 2014. She worked with Christian Lapointe in Limbes (La Chapelle,NAC, La Méduse 2010) and in Oxygène at Prospero Theater (Winner of the 2013-2014Critics' Prize). She also worked with Alice Ronfard in Chroniques (La Chapelle Theater) which recieved a lot of praise from the public and journalists, Marc Béland in Hamlet (TNM), Brigitte Haentjens in l’Opéra de Quat’sous (Usine C), Emmanuel Schwartz in Nathan (NAC, FTA) and Justin Laramée in Transmissions (La Licorne). We have seenher in Nombreux seront nos ennemis, directed by Hanna Abd El Nour at La ChapelleTheater. She was also part of the play La femme la plus dangereuse du Québec at theDenise-Pelletier Theater and Sous la nuit solitaire at the Quat'sous Theater. On television, among others, she played Clarah Girard in 30 vies, agent Tardif in Unité 9,Estelle Malenfant in the series Malenfant (Series +) directed by Ricardo Trogi. She alsoplayed Nathalie in Faits divers.